Fighting the cold season viral attacks

Fighting the cold season viral attacks

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Soreness, fever, headache, chills, often associated with nasopharyngeal inflammation: these are the symptoms that usually accompany “flu states”. Extremely frequent at this time of the year, they are mostly due to the transmission of viruses with the tiny droplets thrown into the air when coughing or sneezing. The actual flu presents a similar clinical picture, but with more pronounced signs, which can even cause complications in the most fragile subjects.

To counteract these viral attacks, it is possible to resort to drugs that decrease the intensity of symptoms. Nonetheless, these products often have side effects, contraindications or incompatibilities with any ongoing treatments. Influenza vaccination is an effective preventive measure, but it acts exclusively on the flu virus and not on the many other viruses responsible for these infections.

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Homeopathic remedies are particularly suitable for prophylaxis and for the treatment of this type of disease. Homeopathy is a therapy that aims to stimulate the body’s defense mechanisms by administering very diluted substances of animal, vegetable or mineral origin. Since it has the advantage of being free from toxicity and side effects, it can be used in infants, the elderly and pregnant women. There are many homeopathic strains that are suitable for use in winter pathologies. In fact, there is a specific remedy for each symptom, also depending on the character and morphology of the person who needs it.

To facilitate treatment, homeopathic associations of constituents have been developed, each of which has its own therapeutic action. These formulas represent the ideal solution, because their components act synergistically and have complementary indications. Their antiviral, anti-infective, immunostimulating and anti-inflammatory efficacy allows you to quickly restore the clinical picture, ensuring better resistance to winter aggressions. Clinical studies have shown that about 80% of patients suffering from flu syndrome recover after 4 days of treatment with a combination of 3 strains in homeopathic dilution: copper, echinacea and duck liver extract. The originality and usefulness of this medicine reside in its presentation in the dose of blood cells, which is easy to use, but above all in its preventive and curative indication in all feverish states of viral origin.


16 thoughts on “Fighting the cold season viral attacks

  1. Nida Buckner says:

    It would be interesting to understand what are the reasons why flu viruses develop and spread more easily in winter

  2. Arnold Fields says:

    Specifically, dry air facilitates dehydration of the nasal mucosa and weakens one of the body’s first defensive barriers against respiratory viruses, thus favoring the proliferation of pathogens within the upper respiratory tract.

  3. Jolie Robles says:

    Furthermore, in a place characterized by dry air, the micro particles of saliva in which the virus is contained are reduced in size, therefore they are much lighter and persistent in the air and this increases the possibility for people to come into contact with them and develop the virus .

  4. Thalia Huff says:

    Although I agree with everything that has been reported so far, it must be considered that in winter people’s habits change: if in summer we tend to spend the days outdoors, during the cold months the places of hangout they move indoors where it can be much easier to get in contact with pathogens.

  5. Jaidon Vincent says:

    Do not catch cold! is probably the phrase that children hear most often in winter from apprehensive parents and grandparents, on a par with “Don’t sweat!” in the summer season.

  6. Mujtaba Howard says:

    Contrary to popular legends, the belief that staying in the cold makes you sick is widespread, especially in countries where the climate is mild for most of the year, but has no reliable basis.

  7. Arwa Mckay says:

    Once and for all: sore throats, flu and colds are caused by viruses, and there is no evidence that “catching cold” has anything to do with it

  8. Enzo Liu says:

    In fact, to get sick, the presence of a virus is necessary: in its absence, an upper respiratory infection simply cannot occur, what we usually call a cold.

  9. Myrtle Senior says:

    Many tend to put the cold in correlation with the cold, but there is not necessarily a cause-and-effect link between the two. The viruses that cause it, as well as those of the flu, are more common in the cold season and it is therefore natural that there is a higher risk of getting sick between autumn and winter.

  10. Krishan Thatcher says:

    So we have these intelligent viruses that have understood that we are physically weaker in the cold seasons and so that’s where they attack us.

  11. Hayleigh Ritter says:

    Beautiful reduced version of cause and effect but this is what nature does and has always done. Obviously a virus has (like all living beings and organisms) the predisposition to always seek survival and this action certainly leads into attack its prey when they are weaker. A bit like when a lion attacks a herd of zebras and chooses the one that seems slower or younger and therefore prone to make more mistakes which in the end will result in a meal that is easier to obtain and therefore also … survive

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